The ability of a hoverbike design for usage on the modern battlefield is being inspected by top US Army leaders. The Department of Defence is very excited about the potential of the technology of the device named as the JTARV, or Joint Tactical Aerial Resupply Vehicle. The hoverbike design has been created by Malloy Aeronautics and has proven in scale trials. In addition to this, the capability of the device is being even more revealed by full-scale testing.
Basically, the hoverbike design is a large, modified quadcopter that has been streamlined into a bike design. Take a look at the test flights of the bike below:
A Maryland engineering firm and Mallow Aeronautics collaborated the past year to develop this concept even further, and right now it is to a demonstrable point, as per Daily Mail. Despite the fact that a hoverbike sounds a little bizarre in practicality, effective implementation of the device could shift how battles are engaged. Besides the device is capable of functioning autonomously and through remote control, thereby giving a sort of portable cargo helicopter for infantry on the front lines. We can say that thrilling times are ahead for US Soldiers, even though the implementation of such a craft is expected to take some time.